Hi, we have been investigated for infertility and have been informed that I have a high FSH of 18 and a low AMH of 1.9. On my husband's part he has got a relatively low sperm count and motility. We were recently told at the NHS appointment that the option of assisted conception will not yield anything and hence they could not offer anything.
I have seen so many stories in relation to this and would want to know if there are any treatment options available for us?
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With a low AMH and high FSH then egg donation and ICSI using your partner sperm may be the best treatment option for you. At Manchester Fertility we have altruistic egg donors and egg sharers who will provide donated eggs for you.